Finding Number (Click this to view full catalogue structure)CMS/ACC256 Z1
TitlePhotograph album: China
Extent1 volume
Datec 1900
DescriptionSubjects include:
/6: Coffin houses;
/7: Mrs Ahok;
/10: Ku-shan monastery;
/13: Rev Alfred James Walker, CMS Mid-China Mission;
/15: Rev Leonard Harry Frank Star, CMS Fukien Mission;
/17: Fukien: a group of CMS lady missionaries, August 1896. Including: Miss Garnett, Miss J. E. Clark, Miss Goldie, Miss Little, Miss Barber, Miss Bushell [of the Female Education Society], Miss Oatway, Miss J. C. Clark, Miss Boileau, Miss Harrison, Miss Wolfe, Miss Annie Wolfe, Miss Leybourn, Miss Clemson, Miss Brooks, Miss Andrews, Miss Oxley;
/26: Women's school group: ?Foochow [Fuzhou];
/27: Rev William Bannister, Rev William Light, and unnamed catechists [Fuzhou, c 1895];
/31: Enquirers' class;
/33: CMS and CEZMS Missionaries' Conference: Foochow 1895;
/34: Conference of American missionaries;
/56: Mission houses Ku-cheng, with procession of commissioners to investigate the massacre at Hwa-sang 1895 [murder of ten missionaries of the Church Mission Society and Church of England Zenana Missionary Society and their children];
/57: a group of commissioners, August 1895;
/66: Kien-ning: Chinese teacher and workers;
/67: Sharp Peak, Fukein with CMS Sanatorium;
/69: Lo-Nguong: church;
/70: Ku-Liang: church;
/71: Ku-Liang: sanatorium;
/77: Lo-Nguong: mission compound;
/78: Sharp Peak village.
NotesMeasured for custom boxing by Polly Watton, Cadbury Research Library student intern, June-July 2023.
Access StatusOpen
CopiesSome of the photographs from this album were digitized by Cadbury Research Library for an online Flickr exhibition featuring photographs from the CMS archive. 'Turn of the century China: an exhibition of late 19th, and early 20th, century photographs' available online at (Cadbury Research Library, 2014). Selected photographs from this album are to feature in the Historical Photographs of China project and will be available online at (ref: CL01).
Publication Note/17: This photograph was published in an article titled, 'Women Workers in Fu-Kien' in 'The Church Missionary Gleaner', March 1897, page 44.
/56: News of the deaths was reported in the CMS magazines, including 'The Church Missionary Gleaner', 1895.


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